Our History

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In 1963, “Amedeo” Richard DeAngelis opened a small Italian restaurant to serve his family’s recipes. The company grew in size and popularity and became an NC State and Raleigh favorite. In February of 2010, a company named Wolfgang, Inc, consisting of David Harris and Rodney Byrd, purchased Amedeo’s. Under the direction and leadership of President, David Harris, extensive upgrading of the kitchen and bathrooms, remodeling of the bar to include several large screen TVs, and touching up the dining rooms was completed and Amedeo’s reopened in early March, 2010. The NCSU Sports “museum” was kept intact.

What our customers

are saying
  • I was born & raised in Raleigh and Amedeo's has always been a staple for my family's dinner outings since I was born. We've also brought several guests here over the years (includi...

    I was born & raised in Raleigh and Amedeo's has always been a staple for my family's dinner outings since I was born. We've also brought several guests here over the years (including diehard...

    ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

    Miranda W.

  • Great food, very nice servers & always clean. Highly recommend this place if you're looking for authentic Italian & trying to avoid the national chain "Italian"

    Great food, very nice servers & always clean. Highly recommend this place if you're looking for authentic Italian & trying to avoid the national chain "Italian"

    ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

    Ashley O.

  • Had dinner there last night. Wedge salad and meat ravioli were excellent. The bread is great and the only improvement I would suggest is more attention to drinks running out. Still...

    Had dinner there last night. Wedge salad and meat ravioli were excellent. The bread is great and the only improvement I would suggest is more attention to drinks running out. Still a great Italian place for food

    ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

    Jason N.

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